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. >> downtown baltimore. with one of the highest arrest rates in the country, it's a great place to be a bail bondsman. across the street from the court, james daniels and his family have stopped in to make a payment. a few months ago, james was charged with theft, and his bail was set at three thousand five hundred dollars. >> they give bails sometimes too high for some of the littlest things. but i guess it's to teach you a lesson. >> he didn't have the money for the $350 fee, but this bondsman agreed to accept payment in installments. >> have a nice day. >> alright man. thanks for workinwith me >> take care of them babies. >> oh yeah, i'm trying to. >> bail bonds! >> so you're eight minutes away. just bring him into the office. >> another bondsman, dennis sew, just got a call that two bounty hunters he hired are on their way - they've captured one of his "skips." >> on about september 9th, 2013, we bail out tony deshawn mccoy from the baltimore county detention center. >> how much was his bail? >> $50,000 dollars. >> that's a high one. >> yeah. >> so it's petty theft basically. >> it's the
, more simply, as just "babe." scott takes us on a tour of a museum in baltimore dedicated to baseball's most famous player. >> he was, you know, the biggest star in baseball. he was the biggest star in new york. he, kind of, was the emblem for the roaring '20s of america. the whole country embraced him for the exuberance with which he lived, the dynamic, the spirit that he had. >> babe ruth was big news back in the early days of baseball, and not just on the field. he was in movies, in comic books, there was even babe ruth underwear. a candy bar believed to be named after him is still popular today -- the baby ruth. these are just some of the fascinating exhibits you'll see here, at the babe ruth birthplace museum. this is the actual building where the babe was born. >> thousands of visitors from all around the world come every year because ruth is not just important to america, but he is important to the game of baseball wherever it's played. he established all of the slugging records in baseball. back when he was coming on as a home-run hitter, he would frequently out-homer what ent
." somebody has rammed a truck into a television station in baltimore county police say the guy who was behind the wheel is now in the building. they consider him armed and dangerous. and the circumstances surrounding this are extremely weird. it happened at tv station wmar. the abc station in maryland. basically baltimore. staffers have been tweeting about this situation. we have some of the tweets. they're a little old. they may have been in a meeting when all of this was going on. the suspect tried to get in the building scream, said let me in, he was god. he comes into the door, there's a receptionist there as the story is told us. he starts screaming "i am god, i am god. let me in the building." in an effort to prove it, he went outside and got a track. rammed this into the building three times. got into a landscaping truck and rammed the building three times. i saw last three as he broke into the lobby. team 2 is the hash tag for the news station. we ran into the station with kelly. kelly is brian's new director. anyway, he want to the newsroom from abc 2, screaming for everyone to get o
toll of 35, driven thousands out of their homes and flash floods. watch what happened in baltimore as a retaining wall was feared to be giving way due to pressure behind it and someone started shooting video. >> oh my god! >> all vehicles lost, as their owners looked on. that was just one outbreak of flooding in the state of maryland. all together, this week-long weather outbreak affected almost half the country, over 20 states. some have seen record-breaking rainfall. we begin with peter alexander. peter, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. days ago this was a quiet creek but as you see now, it's a rushing river. after several states collected historic rain totals in this massive storm. tonight there is a hole in the heart of baltimore, heavy rain causing the road to collapse, swallowing cars, and sweeping debris over this crucial east coast rail line. >> oh my god. >> reporter: tim rogers watched in disbelief as crews crushed his car and others to get them off the tracks. in maryland fed frederick lost 28 cars when flood waters went into his dealership and body shop.
after the civil war he went to baltimore and in baltimore he studied accounting, he went to a night school for accounting but what he really did in baltimore as a young man was to learn how business works. business of modernizing of that period. >> host: how did he end the north carolina? >> guest: he came back from baltimore and looked at his father's plantation and small-scale manufacturing and said i am going to work for you a little longer, he saved up money, his father paid him for his part of the share and he realized the golden leaf tobacco market was probably going to be best served bellsouth of where he was in patrick county, va. so he moved to winston, north carolina. a tiny little town in the 1860'ss, a couple thousand people but because of its location there were tons of young brash men like himself who realized this golden leaf tobacco people were just beginning to grow along the north carolina virginia border was gold in their pocket if they could bring it into a warehouse and better yet if something could manufacture it. r.j. reynolds was one of dozens of young men wh
video shows how the baltimore street collapse went down. >>> plus, preparations are under way for the most exciting two minutes in sports. >>> and a baseball rain delay, but not the kind you think. good morning, everyone. i'm betty nguyen. >>> a 17-year-old in minnesota is under arrest after an elaborate school plat. thankfully the plan was foiled by a witness who looked into suspicious activities. >> police about 80 miles south of minneapolis say a 17-year-old student, john david ladeaux has been charged with attempted murder. police say he planned to shoot his sister and parents and then set off bams. he planned to shoot down students as he ran outside. he wanted to emulate the 1999 attack on columbine high school in colorado. police found completed functioning bombs. some of them small at his house, kept under his bed. they also say he also had several guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. the plot was uncovered tuesday night after someone saw ladeaux enter a storage unit and close the doors. authorities say he's been talking to them since he was arrested and told them
another complex to the south about to go through the baltimore/washington, d.c. area. heading out to drive between baltimore and d.c., you have a half hour and the rain and storms move in. additional storms later this afternoon, and a few on the strong side. slight risk of severe storms, baltimore, washington, trenton, new york city. not a lot of times they get severe weather. no tornados, but damaging wind and hail. >> all right, stay tuned for that. thank you. >>> two u.s. states to want green bag the firing squads. tell you which ones. >>> a spanish bullfight is called up a for first time in 35 years. can you guess why? first look is back in three. good job! still running in the morning? yeah. getting your vegetables every day? when i can. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. two full servings of vegetables for only 50 delicious calories. but they don't yet know we're a family. we're right where you need us. at the next job, next adventure or at the next exit helping you explore super destinations and do everything under the sun. 12 brands. more hotels than anyone else in the w
. take a look at these live pictures coming out of baltimore. this is an active police investigation. police on the hunt now for the driver of a vehicle which rammed into a tv station, right into the lobby, in this tv station about an hour ago, blowing a huge hole there. we're going to keep our eyes on this story. as you can see from the live photos, the police on the scene there. the news director at that station has gone on the record as saying she believes that all of the employees at that station evacuated out safely at this time. everyone there remains safe but an investigation continues. >>> plus, coming up on "the real story," growing calls for the secretary of veterans affairs to step down as yet another state now involved in the scandal with potentially more unnecessary debt of our veterans. >>> texas senator john cornyn calling the latest discovery outrageous. he will join us live. >>> and then, a house blows up live on television? a brave police officer shot dead in a quiet neighborhood left reeling. >> the walls in our house shook and the windows rattled and stuff. >> and
. why he couldn't stay retired and in baltimore a day for the ponies. one colt stardom just hit the stratosphere. off... ...and why not? baltimore, md was the placeo be... ...pimlico race tracko be exact... you just don't w who the 139th preakness stas . >>> thoroughbred racing leads it off. why not? baltimore, maryland was the place to be. pimlico racetrack to be exact. you just don't know who the preakness attracts. warriors steph curry in the crowd. bottom right corner there's baltimore native olympic swimming icon michael phelps who had his eye on the horse everyone was talking about. >> the california chrome looked so good at the derby. i'm hoping we see some triple crown --some drama going into the belmont and i'm getting more and more into horseracing so it's a very, very fun sport. ♪[ music ] >> california chrome, jockey victor espinosa on his back. and he got out of the gate clean ten-horse field mile an three -sixteenths. almost a mile in he made his move but could he finish? >> right to the outside, ride on curlin is closing. california chrome comes into the final f
of scale. so when he was a teenager after the civil war he went to baltimore, and involve the more he studied accounting and he went to kind of a knif a night l at what he really did in baltimore as a young man was to learn how the business worked out the modernizing of the period. he ended up there because he came back from baltimore and he looked at his father's plantation and for a small scale manufacturing he said i'm going to work for you a little bit longer. he saved up money and his father paid him for his part of the share and he realized that the buckled in tobacco market was going to be best served a little bit south of where he was and patrick county virginia so he moved to wednesday north carolina a tiny little town in the 1860s and 1870s a couple thousand people, but because of its location, there were tons of young men like himself who realized that this golden leaf tobacco people were just beginning to grow along the north carolina and virginia border with gold in their pocket if they could bring it into a warehouse and even better yet if they could manufacture its r.j.
torrential rain takes down a century old retaining wall. the video from baltimore shows the street collapsing. officials moved to evacuate nearby homes. >> the room shook. a couple of things fell. when i came out all the cars were down. >> no one was injured. >> in philadelphia rising waters led to rescues as emergency crews reached people trapped in the flooding. >> the schuykill river crested at 13.91 feet at 4am. that is higher than the schuykill river was during hurricane irene, and higher than it was during hurricane or superstorm sandy. just to give you context for what just happened over the last 36 hours or so. >> this is a week of unrelenting weather, storms pounding the country. it begone with tornado. >> look at that. >> sweeping across the planes and south. scores touched down in a violent outbreak in years. in florida, no let up from the sheets of rain, as much as two feet in 24 hours, washing away a stretch of the scenic highway. after winter blizzards, cold, spring is bringing storms and misery. >>> kevin corriveau is keeping an eye on the whether and joins us now. >> let's go
of a massive street collapse in baltimore. that department of transportation there is working to restabilize a road and stop further erosion. look at the new video. in the moments leading up to the collapse, a row of cars just sinking away. real time here as a block long portion of the road gives way, officials say residents who live along this block may have to stay out of their homes for up to 40 days as a precaution. this is just unreal, i'm sure, for folks there and this video, bill karins. i can't believe i'm seeing it. it seems very, very slow. >> it is where it happens. we have seen pictures like this in the pacific northwest, it gives way every now and then and in california. in downtown baltimore, it was, you know, houses on one side of the street and cars lined on the other. >> half a foot of rain, a little more, you were telling any 24 hours. >> yeah. >> a lot of rain, but wasn't huge. we think san diego. what do you think? >> sun, sun, sun. >> how warm? >> i think about 7 to 80. >> that's how they like it. yesterday was the warmest may day ever recorded in san diego. it was 95 de
pandillas. >> un 75% estÁn asociados a pandillas. >> los arrestos ocurrieron en baltimore, dallas y baltimore. este operativo ya tenÍa de duraciÓn un mes. >> este operativo incluye trÁfico de drogas y armas, entre otros. >> se se encontraba cÉsar lisandro, mienmbro del grupo calle 18. encontraron drogas, mariguana, metanfetamina, cocaÍna y 116 mil dÓlares. el anuncio se dio en la misma hora en que los inmigrantes marchaban a la casa blanca para que no haya deportaciones. >> siempre hay pandilleros, pero quÉ hacemos por los buenos? >> los investigadores buscan evidencia que los lleve a dar con el hombre armado. los disparos causaron que el hombre perdiera el control de su camioneta, volcando el vehÍculo no se sabe si el conductor muriÓ a causa del accidente o causa de otro motivo. un hombre se detuvo en la vÍa, tras de que su bastÓn se quedara atorado. hablando de otras cosas, el festejo del 5 de mayo iniciÓ. cientos de personas se congregaron para participar en estas festividads. este aÑo, el evento contÓ con 2 escenarios donde se presentaron varios grupos. el fest
to keep the federal dollars coming in. there was another incident in baltimore. this happened in september where again a parent spoke out against this sort of core curriculum that mike was speaking about that teachers don't like but they have to do and he was cuffed. he was kicked out and cuffed as well. >> those people pushing for these parents to be arrested. they should be immediately fired and get out of the way. >> look. by the way -- >> yeah this is the clip. >> this is the clip from baltimore. >> listen, the state and the federal government, they work for the parents. the parents don't work for them. what's going on here is r-rated books are in the curriculum for 14-year-olds. those people that do that and put it in the curriculum should be fired. the question is will the one size fits all standard work. they say it won't magically create great teachers and teachers have it hard. the parents need to be more involved with what's going on at the student level. it's unfortunate that that parent in that clip got arrested. >> when parents try to get in charge they get kicked out or arres
news coming out of baltimore. that is wmar tv, a person there has barricaded himself inside the station. the station located in the northern part of baltimore. the man went inside the station after he rammed the building with a dump truck. there is a school towards the left of your screen that has also been evacuated, a small catholic church. the school is on lockdown. >>> two mine yours are head after a coal mining accident in west virginia. that happened last night in a mine in boone county. the two minors were trapped after what is called a ground failure. federal and state officials say the fine has a history of safety violations. >>> there is a new scientific study out, and it is not good. glaciers in the antarctic is melting past the point of no return. gerald tan has more. >> reporter: for years we have been warned, the mighty frozen continent is melting. and now two studies paint a sobering picture of what is being described as a reversible thaw. a glacier has started to retreat. the reason say the researchers is global warming. the glaciers sit on the continental shelf below se
baltimore. >> reporter: their homes are different, but their allegiance to one horse is the same. >> california chrome is my horse. >> i'm rooting for california chrome. >> i'm california chrome. >> tennessee? what are you doing falling in love with a california horse? >> because he is going to win. >> reporter: the little horse with the big heart and the bigger bankroll from california has captivated the entire nation and they love him for different reasons. >> he got the horse for almost nothing. >> it just seemed like he is a winner. >> because he is number one. he won the kentucky derby. it has been a first in a long time. >> reporter: from the show in the infield to the glamour in the grand stands, for many, the $2 bet is the maximum commitment. but others have taken theirs a little deeper. >> if he makes tout the be will mont, i'm not walking with my class. we are really going for this. we are really hoping for him to win. >> reporter: by now, everyone knows that california chrome gave the crowd what they wanted and more. now graduating senior taylor parish, california chro
pays the expenses in baltimore. in washington, d.c. with a saferings opportunity of about $1,700 and 1300. >> always important to save what you can. >> good to see you. >> the time is 11 minutes after the top of the hour. bad boy alex baldwin in trouble with the law again. why a bike ride through new york city landed him in handcuffs. >> plus be home or else. that's the message police are sending to the children in a possible new law that would impose a strict curfew. should this be the police or the parent's decision? we report you decide. before we head to the break take a look at the weather around the country. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, this can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain, and improve daily physical function so moving is easier. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain. and it's not a narcotic you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the
.90. comcast business built for business. >> welcome back to "outnumbered." the city of baltimore one more vote away from one of the toughest curfews in america. including forcing kids under 14 off the streets by 9:00 p.m. year-round. tightening curfew hours for older teenagers. all part of an effort to stem the wave of crime committed by young people. one instance got a lot of attention dozens of teenagers storming a 7-eleven in one of the nicer neighborhoods virtually clearing the shelves. this has me he did because i feel like this is not the city's job. this is parents job. why can't parents control where their kids are? why does the city had to say kids have to be off the streets? >> i don't know like parents can't do this. i was in baltimore this morning and i have to say whatever it takes. parents don't own the streets, they are publicly owned. we don't have your right to have your kids roaming free. baltimore is one of those. you are the governor of maryland, explained that city. i love all tomorrow, but it is in trouble. >> uris are basically saying extreme measures are necessary. >> d
] >> i do not think i've ever seen anything like that. >> that's in baltimore. that's, like, right there in baltimore. >> that is incredible video of a retaining wall collapsing, a landslide that really just swallowed up ten cars and that retaining wall. it dropped them on to railroad tracks below. that was in a baltimore neighborhood. wow! that city is suffering its worst flooding in decades. >> i can hardly believe those pictures. flooding also a big problem in parts of pennsylvania. so much rain fell. the schuylkill river actually crested higher than it did during hurricane irene and superstorm sandy. >>> more grim news in mississippi. the death toll in that state from this week's tornadoes rising to 14 with the discovery of the body of a missing boy. and we're getting new images from the devastation in jackson. at least nine twisters touched down in the state on monday. and look at the flooding they're getting. two rivers are so far over their banks that residents had to use s sea-dos, whatever they are. >> it juwas unbelievable. went to school at 7:00 and saw the mailbox in th
neighborhood. click on that weather tab on our home page. >>> now the breaking news going on in baltimore county, maryland. this is where police say a dump truck has rammed a television station and there may be an armed person inside the building. a hole the size of several garage doors can be seen in the front of the building. the station is wmar television. you are now looking at live pictures of that. this is the abc affiliate in baltimore, maryland. no word on any injuries. again, police are in a possible standoff with a man who rammed a dump truck into this tv station near baltimore. we'll stay updated throughout this story on our website, nbcbayarea.com. >>> and today, san jose city council will once again address the issue of medical marijuana shops within city limits. the council says they aren't trying to shut the shops down, but they are trying to put some control on them. there's an overflow of collectives in san jose. 80 have set up shops within city limits. more oversight for the marijuana regulations, that's needed. the overflowing ordinance will be discussed at 1:30. they w
are looking at aerial pictures of the abc station in baltimore, maryland where we understand a truck went plowing through the front doors of the station. there are no injuries. but there are reports that police are investigating a possible armed suspect barricaded inside of the facilities in baltimore, maryland. and as we get more information on this strange situation, we'll bring it to you live. >> we are waiting the return of attorney general eric holder to announce actions to protect military lenders. >> and holder could be asked if the justice department will investigate the va scandal which sploided after 40 veterans have died in phoenix waiting for help from the hospital. and a live look at the white house. jay carney is now briefing reporters and may have efforts on freeing the nigeria school girls. and maybe you shpt feel get about eating the juicy steak. the author said fat is a good thing. >> i one last night. >> good to know. >> and eyes over nigeria. u.s. planes are now in the air searching for hundreds of kidnapped school girls. >> i am jenna lee. >> and i am jon scott. niger
and the money rolling in. baltimore attorney steve silverman filed the suit in u.s. district court in san francisco. >> so what you have in the envelope sn envelonfl is a bunch of anest sized gladiators out there going out there every wook and the nfl is putting profit before players. >> eight former players including jim mcman of the chicago bears are named as plaintiffs in the lawsuit. nearly 600 ex-players signed on in support. mcmahon says in the lawsuit he played with the broken neck and ankle during his career without being told by team doctors and trainers. instead, getting painkillers and sent back into games later becoming adigted. the lawsuit said the drugs were administered to players without prescriptions. >> roger, do you have any comment on the lawsuit filed in baltimore today about painkillers? >> i don't, barry. i was only made aware of it briefly. i don't believe of our attorneys had an opportunity to look at it and i've been in meetings all day. >> the nfl is america's most popular sport. last year the league settled a lawsuit with former players for $765 million but a f
in baltimore, maryland, woke up to this morning. a huge sink hole that took down an entire block long portion of a residential street, swallowing half a dozen cars, along with it a landslide, the result of a relentless rain that's been pounding much of the south and mid atlantic over the past 24 hours. in nearby laurel, mare lan, hundreds of people actually had to be evacuated last night when rising waters caused a dam to crack and that's just one state where we're reporting this. widespread flooding is also hitting pennsylvania and new jersey. in fact, in chester county, outside of philadelphia, heavy rains overnight left entire neighborhoods under water. the same is true in parts of the south. pensacola, florida, is just beginning to assess the situation after two feet of rain left massive damage to homes and businesses and officials say the flooding is possibly related to a deadly explosion at a county prison last night. we'll have more on that story in a moment, but we start this morning with nbc's kristen welker who is in baltimore, maryland with this road collapse there. kristen, as i u
. twisters, torrential rains, once in a lifetime flooding, we've seen it all. in baltimore this afternoon engineers are still trying to determine the structural integrity of this road that buckled sending cars and mud tumbling 75 feet to the train tracks below. >> we heard a very large boom. two seconds later the house swayed kind of like this. >> i think of a sinkhole, i think of florida, not baltimore. >> everyone was safe there but we've seen at least 30 deaths from the storm system mostly in tornado alley. two people were killed in an explosion in a jail in hard-hit pensacola, florida. investigators are working to determine whether a flooded laundry room was the source of the leak gas that caused it. we're expecting an update from authorities soon on that. pensacola received a foot and a half of rain. that has made getting around on foot, by car or in the air nearly impossible. sips tuesday there have been more than 24,000 flight delays nationwide. many coming from the big hubs of new york and atlanta, washington's dulles airport reported its wettest april day on record wednesday. we'
chrome continuing its run for the triple crown. we'll go live to the preakness stakes in baltimore. >>> hamming up it? don't miss my interview with don draper and his new role on the baseball diamond. >>> brown versus the board of education 60 years after the landmark decision, have our nation's classrooms taken a step in the wrong direction? >> so today by some measures our schools are as segregated as they were when dr. king gave his final speech. >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to weekends with alex bit. here's what's happening new this morning. president obama on the offense in his weekly address saying he'll work to cut red tape from major transportation infrastructure projects with or without support from republicans. >> if congress doesn't act by the end of this summer, federal funding for transportation of these projects will run out. they have to put some of their projects on hold. in fact, some already are because congress won't clear up its own gridlock. if congress fails to act, nearly 700,000 jobs would be at risk over the next year. >> meantime, republicans are fo
with a victory at baltimore together with another victory further north in plattsburgh, n.y. the completely changes the direction the war is going, allows the united states to escape this largely disastrous war in terms much greater, much better than anyone could have imagined just a few weeks later. the united states is put on of course that for the first time establishes there unchallenged sovereignty over much of north america. >> over the last few weeks i read the book and if you all remember the hunt for red october, remember that? that is how this book read. one more chapter, one more section, goes very vibrantly in shorter sections and you spend almost as if you are camera spending equal time with the american side as the british side. really cool style you wrote this in. how did you write this style? >> part of it is having worked as a journalist. sometimes what the editors tell you is we want a ticktock. what i was trying to do is everybody has heard about the burning of washington and the battle for 4 mchenry but very few people could put the story together and tell you the chain
the american legion went to baltimore facility when they were doing the system they questioned how the veterans benefit administration was dealing with claims that the baltimore facility. the response that the american legion told me from the staff of the baltimore facility was there was a va way of doing things and then there was the baltimore way of doing things and we are doing it the baltimore baltimore way of thing so that's a concern i have. even though the secretary might say this is the way it is systemwide you have different regions doing things differently because if that's that's the way the allies done that and he gets back to the metrics performance measures of how we hold employees accountable he -- accountable. that definitely has to be looked at as what is the performance measure and metric and if it's good for one reason why is it for another? >> regions and facilities may be different so in some cases there may be a necessity to have some flexibility in signing performance measures based on what you need to achieve at that facility. >> thank you and i yield back. >> i thought
on the track at belmont park. they are in new york after a 4-hour road trip in baltimore. california chrome trying to be the first triple crown winner in 56 years. >> dancing with the stars, speaking of who is watching, crowning a new champion. >> the winners and new champions of "dancing with the stars" are merrill and mac. >> merrill davis and her partner mac taking home the mirror ball trophy. >> amy perdy finished second. candice cameron bray came in third. >> before you get in your car this morning a brand new general motors recall this tell you about this morning. this will one different from all of the others. loren joins us with more. >> the hits keem on coming, another 2.4 million vehicles bringing the u.s. recall total this year to only 14 million just to give you an idea of how big that is, that's more than the number of cars gm sold in the last couple of decades. buick enclaves chevrolet traverse, crossover, suv's all from the 2009, 2014 modern years and older saturn out looks as well. another problem with a million 2004, 2008 maximas and g 6's. that's a shift indicator that can
. baltimore's running back ray rice commented since being charged with felony aggravated assault against his wife. they held a joint press conference that was widely criticised. >> we wish we could take back 30 seconds of our life. they sit here and tell you that, you know, we are better parents. we are better lovers, and we are better friends throughout the situation. >> i deeply regret the role that i played. but i can say that i am happy that we continue to work through it together, and we are continuing to strengthen our relationship and marriage and do what we have to do. >> let's bring in dave lyn. he's an author among other things. people were furious at the press conference. ray rice knocked his then fiancee, wife out. he dragged her from an elevator, and apologised to his team and fans, and not to his wife. she apoll knifed for the part she played in the accident. what message does that send? >> a terrible issue. there's two distinct issues. one is the issue of violence against women. the other is the culture of violence against women. when it comes to violence against women, it's a
that being the chief deputy states attorney in baltimore city is a demanding position. mr. hazel helps to oversee 200 prosecutors and 200 support staffers and he has fought tirelessly to keep our communities safe and make them safer, and in fact has played a key role in achieving those objectives. he has demonstrated in his entire career as a lawyer a commitment to public service. in each of the positions that he has held, he wants to serve the public. that's the type of people that i would hope we'd like to see on our district court. mr. hazel has extensive litigation experience including criminal and civil matters, as well as jury trials. he as served as manager of a large legal office. he is an active member of his community, he's leader in the metro politan baptist church of largo, maryland. he as served as a deacon. in terms of his pro bono commitment, mr. hazel has been president of his church's legal ministry where he has assisted members of the church including many who could not afford lawyers in obtaining legal representation when they are in need. he also prepares meals at t
stranded by the flooding. >> we have extreme team coverage of the massive flooding. ginger in baltimore. but first, abc's gio benitez is outside the jail in pensacola, florida, where there was a deadly explosion overnight. good morning, gio. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. this is that jail right here. we're told that this building was actually flooded over the past couple days in the major storms we saw here. some two feet of rain just in the past couple of days hitting this area. now, i want to show you some video from overnight, showing those emergency crews. the gas explosion happened at the jail's central booking facility just before midnight. now, the explosion actually caused part of the building to collapse. more than 600 inmates and officers were inside at the time. now, we're also told 100 to 150 people were injured, including some officers. two inmates now, two inmates, are confirmed dead. and we're told that all of the other inmates who were there injured, and officer, they're all at the hospital. everyone is accounted for right now. investigators inside that build
, new jerso baltimore , maryland. even causing a street to collapse >>> record rainfall has flooded streets in newark, new jersey to baltimore, maryland even causing a street to collapse. there were cars, check them out, at the bottom of that massive hole there. water levels rose so fast in some places, people found themselves trapped and had to be rescued. this is the same storm system that dumped five inches of rain in florida in just 45 minutes yesterday. >>> well, east coast weather is trending right now. also trending, kurt cobain. seattle police just released a note from the late singer's wallet scorning courtney love. >> judge judy is trending. the tv judge is going prime time in a one hour special on cbs this month. >> wow. >> and yale? >> the university is the pick for a new york student who made national headlines after being accepted to all 8 ivy league schools. so he is going to yale. that vacation spot, people are taking to twitter to share where they would not want to travel just because. you can follow us on twitter at #cbssf. one of those bad vacation spots they name
of the northeast. in pennsylvania, roads look more like rivers. and a street in baltimore collapsing under railroad tracks. cars dangling over the edge. others dropping down the embankment. doug mckelway joins us. is that road now passable? >> not at all passable. homes have been evacuated and will remain so until authorities determine that this is safe. baltimore county fire and rescue put their emergency operations center into service yesterday afternoon because they were inundated with calls of flooded-out roadways, people stranded in flooded basements. but this by far and away got the most of their attention. i'll get out of the way so you can take a better look at it here. about 3:30 yesterday afternoon, a retaining wall bordering the csx railroad tracks began to sag heavily and collapsed, taking at least ten cars deep into the hole. remarkably, no injuries or fatalities. although authorities weren't entiriously sure of that until later this morning. but all of the homes along the unit block of 26th street in baltimore have been evacuated. they remain evacuated until authorities can determine
in baltimore collapsed. when a retaining wall buckled during a rainstorm yesterday. no one was hurt. the same storm system was behind flooding in florida yesterday, and is now flooding connecticut. new information tonight about maggots in the meat case at the whole foods in san francisco's noe valley. kron 4 first reported on this last friday now, following another inspection, kron 4's dan kerman talks to the health department about how the grocer has responded to the situation. whole foods maggots thursday 050114 version 2 inspectors with the san francisco department of public health returned to the whole foods market in noe valley for a third time in less than a week, to reinspect the meat deparment this after maggots were discovered in the meat case two mondays ago. richard lee/s.f. dept of environmental health: whole foods has done everything we have asked them to do. richard lee, the acting director of the department of environmental health says that includes setting up new cleaning procedures including cleaning two floor drains that could be the source of the maggots richard lee/s.f. de
of us tousen, maryland, tha near baltimore. a man reportedly barricaded himself inside a tv station after ramming the building with a truck. >> we know this is still an active situation. that station, wmar, an abc affiliate, has been evacuated. they're now the story. they're in taped programming. we're getting a lot of information from the staff of that station about what's going on. this is a very densely populated ar area. it's near the university, a hospital nearby, and next door there's a school. pre-k through eighth grade. they're on lockdown right now as a precaution. you can see these aerial shots we've been watching. we saw the s.w.a.t. teams come in as law enforcement tries to get a handle on this situation. we're learning from some of the staff who are tweeting from the location. one reporter tweeted, suspect yelled "let me in." this is a person who rammed, this reporter says, rammed a large truck three times into the front door of this station and eventually broke through. the suspect yelled, let me in, he said he was god, he rammed the building at least three timeses. th
is in baltimore maryland. the kentucky derby winner is looking to win the second leg of the triple crown. this is the head of data and research. it is great to have you here. you have been taking a look at the statistics based on what people bet on in horse races. they bet because of the name of the course. they do not know anything else. >> this all comes from dirty jack..com. -- dirtyjackpot.com. they have this data on thousands of bets. they find there are a lot of irrational ones that come into these big races. people do things like betting on horse name, the number, just the color of the horse. there are all these silly things that create opportunities if you're smart about it to put bets on other courses that do not have the situations going on. >> this is about a quarter past six. is there any kind of estimate of how much money will be wagered? >> it is 50 times the amount they see on a normal saturday. it is going to have more than double the amount of money on horse racing in the whole nation. this is a huge amount of interest. mostly from casual fans who do not know really anyt
horse race's first triple crown running since 1948. 11 have won the triple crown. let's go to baltimore pimlico race course and we're off. and as they took the first turn, he held his course and then of course took off down the street. >> california chrome reaches for the wire, california chrome has won the preakness! california chrome finished. >> california chrome wins the preakness with victor espinosa on board. california chrome the first california bred horse to win the preakness since 1986. >>> giants hosting tonight. pigs in a blanket. only in san francisco. first einning, miami. in the 6th, garrett jones rips one in the back. can't grab it. 2-0 marlins. deep to right center, 12th of the year, marlins go over to win their second great over the g men, 5-0 your final. >>> the a's have been the king of swing in cleveland. 11 run friday right, four home runs. same two back on the diamond today with some early controversy. scott comes in with a 5-1 record, takes the hill, top two runners on second and third. cabrera comes in to score. things got worse later, 3-2 count. kazmir appears
polite way to talk about poop. the baltimore comedy factory may 22 and 24th james davis. (applause) who are you playing for today. >> not donald sterling. because he doesn't like magic. >> no he doesn't-- he doesn't like magic johnson or magic. >> we were supposed to specify that we were not playing for donald sterling? >> i'm not-- i think it's very clear. >> actually i'm playing for@threatlevel12 a.m.. >> that doesn't sound like a red flag. that is right, guys. well, let us begin the program, ripped from the internethead lines rapid refresh. (cheers and applause) >> reboot of godzilla hits theatres this weekend and already inspired some monster trash over on et see. oh i don't know if they picked that up somebody is like oh. (laughter) godzilla i'm listening. which of the following godzilla themed items is the most expensive. a this sexy ensemble for your monster of a wife. or b, this photo of barby and godzilla right after they banged. (laughter) yeah he's smoking a cigarette,s that was great babby. elite it with his breath. this painting of godzilla really destroying his destruction
and baltimore under flood warnings. dulles airport has had their wettest april day on record, three inches and counting. look at this in baltimore, the heavy rain washed out this road, at least six cars tumbled to the railroad tracks below. it's being sered by this freaky blocking pattern that looks like a giant tilted s. the white is the moisture shooting up the east coast today. the best news, some severe weather this evening and that tornado threat is much lower than it has been the past couple days. another two inches of rain in spots and watches and warnings up in a dozen states tonight and tomorrow and brian, back here in the fish river, it's expected to drop below flood stage, that's 11 feet by noon tomorrow. >> we'll take good news wherever we can get it. mike seidel in alabama tonight. mike, thanks. so that's the situation in the east, and now out west. just as we were leaving los angeles last night, we felt the santa ana winds kicking up. today that meant fast and dangerous spread of wildfire. day one in the new season. live in san bernardino, rancho cucamonga. >> reporter: the w
in baltimore collapsed wednesday swallowing several cars. the wall, the lights, the cars, everything on that side of the street. gone. >> reporter: parts rose in maryland rose so fast people got trapped and rescuers had to rescue them. parts of alabama were also hit with torrential rain. >> it ain't never been this bad. >> reporter: at the height of the storm, 5 inches of rain fell on the florida panhandle in just 45 minutes. flooding sectionings of pensacola and destroying roads. florida's governor has declared a state of emergency in 26 counties. anne-marie, the worst is now over. forecasters say the storm systems are expected to weaken by later today. >> well, at least that's some good news. marlie hall in new york. thank you, marlie. >>> in california, dry hot weather and strong winds are fanning a wildfire that's burning more than 1,000 acres. the fire broke out yesterday near the city of rancho cucamonga. mandatory evacuation orders for more than 1,600 homes have been lifted but the danger is not yet over. danielle nottingham has our report. >> reporter: flames are eating away
there, 16 inches. that is the most the city has seen in one day since the year 1880. in baltimore the heavy rain caused an entire street to collapse into a sink hole swallowing several cars. many areas are trying to recover from the rough weather this morning. jay gray has more. >> reporter: rushing flood waters have torn apart roadways, stranded drivers, and swallowed entire communities. the florida panhandle has seen some of the worst rain in pensacola close to 20 inches in 24 hours. >> we've been through tropical storms and hurricanes. like ivan and dennis back to back in 2004 and '05 and we still did not have this much water. >> it's touching down. >> reporter: in other places, it's been the wind, not the water, battering communities. tornadoes ripped through the deep south leaving a trail of devastation for miles. >> we lost it all. so we've got to build. but we'll be fine. >> reporter: now communities like tupelo begin to clean up and come back, they're dealing not only with the physical damage but the emotional scars that the storms left in mind. >> keep in mind there are p
in that decision. >>> and from southwest florida flooding to baltimore city sinkholes, the punishing weather continues to hit the eastern seaboard. is there any relief in sight? this is "way too early." ♪ >>> hey, hey, everybody. good morning. i am thomas roberts. it is thursday, may the 1st. welcome to "way too early," the show still trying to dry off after a nasty ride in new york city here. but april showers are supposed to bring may flowers. but first we start with this breaking news coming this morning out of pensacola, florida. there has been a lot of bad weather down there. this is a story where it involves two inmates. they are dead. as many as 150 more injured including corrections officers after a gas line explosion at the escambia county jail. it happened around 11:00 last night with 600 people inside. according to an nbc news crew on site, there is extensive damage to the jail and part has collapsed. all of the inmates have been taken to another facility. also z i mentioned, this is just the latest in a severe round of stories coming out of the south because of the weather. the
with flooding. >> pam: in baltimore == a street collapsed in a rainstorm yesterday. >>screaming >> pam: that was the scene in baltimore. after a massive storm system slammed the eastern part of the u-s. the national weather service says, nearly 19-inches of rain fell in alabama and florida. in just 24-hours. more damage could be seen in georgia. tonight, that storm is moving north. and the entire state of connecticut is under a flood watch. forecasters say, more than 3- inches of rain could fall before the storm system passes. >> reporter:denver - colorado's marijuana experiment is threatened by the popularity of eating it instead of smoking it. afraid consumers are eating too much weed, the state's marijuana industry gathered with regulators and law enforcement wednesday to brainstorm ways to prevent dangerous reactions from overconsumption. >> reporter:the ideas under discussion include marking edible pot like ski slopes, a guide coloradans are very familiar with. weak marijuana products would have green dots, grading up to black diamonds for the most potent edibles. >> reporter:colo
later rescinded. >>> a mass i sink hole opened up in baltimore. (screams) >> like a deck of cards they all went down from people living on the street. they may have to stay evacuated for more than a month. a building inspector has to make sure the homes are safe. the sink hole opened wednesday after 24-hours of solid rain. now to the wildfire it is 53 percent contained at this point. there are no active flames the people evacuated the homes. the weather will still be a concern today. that is because winds are expected to change direction that could be vir idea types. >>> something straight out of the movie tron. >> this new suit designed for astronauts who will one day colonize and voted on by the public. one of the cool figures glowing rights that could change colors so the astronauts could tell them apart. the final suit will be ready for testing in november. ♪ >> your biggest hats and dress the 40th annual kentucky derby. >> ainsley earhardt is live where the horses will soon be starting to stretch their legs. >> thanks so much, ladies. you have done this before. good morning
at the beginning we saw collapsing in baltimore. the residents had to be evacuated. they are being told it could be six weeks before they can go home. >> here's what's really sad. a lot of people in the new york and new jersey area that are flooded out now had just recently finished rebuilding after superstorm sandy. a lot of these people are dealing with round two of devastation. >> yeah. all right. >>> talk about the fire crews in southern california who are mopping up what is left of a wind-driven wildfire that scorched 1600 acres. 700 firefighters battling the blaze east of los angeles in blistering heat and winds. winds hitting 70 miles an hour. the fire is 50% contained and evacuation orders lifted for about 1,000 homes. >>> dry conditions mean water rationing in santa cruz. each home is allotted a certain amount of water with fines added to utility bills if residents go over. the goal is to reduce consumption by 25%. santa cruz is only served by one reservoir and there's no rain in the forecast anytime soon. unfortunately, that's pretty much the forecast for the entire region. dry in the
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